[nycbug-talk] IPv6 NY-US Roll Call
ike at lesmuug.org
Fri Mar 23 08:28:54 EDT 2007
Hi Alex, All,
On Mar 22, 2007, at 2:51 PM, alex at pilosoft.com wrote:
> On Thu, 22 Mar 2007, Isaac Levy wrote:
>> Does anyone on this list, in NY or America in general run IPv6
> Seriously? As in production, money-carrying traffic? No.
> On nanog conferences, it is always talked about, but it is a
> chicken-and-egg problem: providers will not sell IPv6 until there's
> customer demand. There's no demand, cause, well, why'd you *want*
OK. I WANT IPv6.
>> One thing at a time, right now, I'm trying to setup IPv6 DNS 'AAAA'
>> records- and my registrars, (GoDaddy and Register.com) don't
>> support the
>> IPv6 TLD's...
>> I've found .jp registrars that support the TLD's, but
>> the .com/.net/.org
>> TLD's are supposedly all ready to go since 2004 or so...
> Ummm...If you want AAAA records, just have your nameserver serve
> them up.
> If you want your *glue* to be AAAA - well, its a bad idea - nobody
> get to anything in your domain if you have only AAAA glue.
OK- that's useful to understand, AAAA is just a crossover for v6
addressing when querying normal v4 nameservers.
I see that I can just add AAAA records easily to my nameserver.
So it's really at the registrar, and their reporting to the IPv6 TLD.
>> It seems that all your usual DNS server softwares, (bind, djbdns,
>> tinydns, etc...) all have all the necessary support and hooks for the
>> IPv6 TLD's, but one's registrar has to make the names propogate...
>> If I have to move some domain names to a new registrar for now, so be
>> Does anyone have experience with this in America yet?
> nobody cares in america.
Alex, totally understated and realistic comment.
However, that's not my point on this thread- I'm moving beyond that-
most importantly out of hacking interest, and future-thinking needs.
I mean, why do we need the IPv4 internet in the first place? :)
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